If she has one not too far away, approach your local community radio
station they are always in need of help! If shes anywhere near Cambridge
then Cambridge 105 is well resourced for engineering two operational OB
vans and the staff to crew them:)
But extra hands are very welcome!
Regrettably no longer functioning
"Community?s sadness as Southwold radio station closes"
Ah! Thats a bit of a problem that. Community stations are in fact small
bushiness and expenditure can very easily rise above income. Some times
decent grants can be obtained which can assist in setting up the station
but the real damage is in the running costs especially if you employ
Invariably some rental will have to be paid for the station premises
then theres rates, you may be able to get those reduced, but comms,
phone, Internet, streaming mains power WT act licences transmitter site
rentals and then paying the staff.
Advertising can be difficult and usually needs someone with that sort of
skill, which is very hard to come by.
At Cambridge we have a treasurer whose arse is considerably tighter then
that of any duck or creature who can dive to a 1000 fathoms. Which helps
None of that if it seems like criticism is directed at Southwold it has
happened to a lot of small stations up and down the UK.
I suspect Dave the broadcast scene has changed a bit since those days;!.
Mind you hospital radio is still there but its changed quite a lot too
patients don't stay that long in hospital anymore like they used to
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